We at the African-German Research Network for Transnational Criminal Justice are shocked and saddened to learn of the untimely death of Mr Chiwala Chipeta. He was an alumnus of the South African-German Centre class of 2014. He was a dedicated and outstanding alumnus of the Centre. His death is a huge loss to us all. We are utterly shocked and filled with grief by his death and would like to extend our deep sympathies and condolences to his family, friends and alumni of the Centre. Rest in Peace, dear Chiwala!
About our Research Network
After the 10-year-funding period for the South African-German Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice has ended on 31 December 2018 (you can find all information on the Centre in our archive), it is time to explore new possibilities of cooperation and exchange. The high number of very successful and active Alumni of the Centre has inspired us to set up the African-German Research Network for Transnational Criminal Justice, which aims to provide our Alumni with the basis and the resources to further their academic and personal exchange.
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We are proud to announce the recent publication of our advisory board’s member Dr Marian Yankson-Mensah called “Transitional Justice in Ghana – An Appraisal of the National Reconciliation Commission”. The doctoral...Read More
We are delighted to publish and present the report of our first conference in Berlin in November 2019. In their article, Nicksoni Filbert, researcher at the Network, and Nella Sayatz,...Read More
From 20 to 24 November 2019, we held our first conference in Berlin. In seven panels, our alumni and a number of proven experts discussed historical and recent developments around...Read More
Draft Programme Alumni-Conference: “Transitional Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa” We are happy to announce our conference programme. The submitted abstracts encouraged us to organize different panels on Transitional Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa with...Read More